Device certified by FCC seems to be Samsung’s Galaxy Mega 2

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Whenever a hardware manufacturer has a device receiving certification with the FCC, everyone raises a brow. The latest FCC filing that has surfaced belongs to Samsung. The Galaxy Mega 2 is believed to be the device in question with this filing. The model number for this filing is SM-G750A, which indicates it is likely the AT&T version, and the size of the display is 5.9 inches.
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Updated version of Sony Xperia Z3 pays a visit to the FCC

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Last week a Sony device carrying model number D6603 was spotted in an FCC filing. A new device going by model number D6653, which has been identified as the Sony Xperia Z3 has surfaced in a new filing with a new FCC ID number, PY7PM-0806. It is suspected this is the international version of the Xperia Z3 which will surface in Asian markets, notably in Japan with NTT DoCoMo. Like the filing for the D6603, this latest update does not provide much in the way of useful information other than serving as an indicator that the device is very close to being released to the market. Sources suspect Sony is shooting for a September release date.

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New LG device, possibly the LG G3 Mini, shows up in FCC filing with AT&T compatibility

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Following the market in producing flagship devices followed by both “prime” versions and “mini” versions, LG has been working on a smaller variant of the LG G3 which has been identified as either the LG G3 Mini or the LG G3 Beat. Although there is some speculation that two distinct, smaller versions of the G3 exist with either a 4.5-inch or 5.0-inch screen, what is clear is the LG will be producing a version of their flagship that they hope appeals to buyers who don’t want a large 5.5-inch screen. A new variant surfaced recently in a filing with the FCC with compatibility with AT&T’s LTE bands. » Read the rest

Wireless charger for Motorola’s Moto 360 smartwatch stops by the FCC

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Thanks to a brand new FCC filing from Motorola, we now know that the Moto 360 will either utilize or support a wireless charger. The FCC filing we are looking at uses the smartwatch, wireless charger, and AC/DC adapter for testing. And what is the wireless charging standard the Moto 360 will use? The Qi wireless charging standard.

We will certainly be hearing more about the Moto 360 and other devices when Android Wear is fully introduced Wednesday at Google I/O.

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Google Fiber TV shows up in FCC filing

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Google may be working on an upgraded Google Fiber television box to launch in the near future. An FCC filing revealed a new set-top box with a model number GFHD200 that’s sporting 802.11 ac/n WiFi, 10/100 Ethernet, MoCA, Bluetooth and HDMI 1.4, all of which are pretty standard for a high-end cable box like this. Unfortunately, there aren’t any other details about the box in the filing, but with I/O just a few days away, maybe Google will shed a little more light on their Fiber plans with us.

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Samsung smartwatch passes through FCC, could run Android Wear

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Android Wear is expected to hit some more devices relatively soon, and we may have our eyes on one here.

The FCC has recently put documents on its website which reveal a Samsung smartwatch (codenamed SM-R382). It’s 10mm smaller than the Gear 2 (top to bottom). We know Samsung has said a Gear-branded Android Wear device would be released soon, so our guess is that this is it.

This is obviously all speculation and rumor, but there’s a pretty good shot that this could be true.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime spotted at FCC

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The FCC recently approved the upcoming Samsung SM-G906S, which is supposed to be the Korean version of the Galaxy S5 Prime. The SM-G906S is, according to the FCC, the same as the SM-G906K and SM-G906L.

The FCC did not reveal too many details about the device, however it did mention that it features LTE band 5 and band 17, both bands that are not supported on any US carrier.

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New FCC filing appears to be NVIDIA Shield 2

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It has been a while since NVIDIA’s CEO Jen-Hsun Huang indicated the company was going to produce a successor to their NVIDIA Shield gaming device. The time for a public announcement must be getting close judging by the information starting to leak out about the NVIDIA Shield 2. In late April we saw the device surface in the AnTuTu Benchmark site with a Tegra K1 processor and 4GB of RAM onboard. Now, a device from NVIDIA has surfaced in the FCC database that appears to be the Shield 2.  » Read the rest

Samsung SM-T2558 passes through FCC

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Earlier in the month, there was a leak that suggested that Samsung was toying with a smartphone that had a 7-inch screen. It was rumored to be the Galaxy Mega 2 in some areas, while other rumors have the device pegged as something new with a Galaxy W moniker. Coming with a model name SM-T2558, the device is pegged as being a tablet, but rather than looking like Samsung’s current line of tablets, the device looks to be a much larger smartphone. However, the T in the model name is usually pegged for tablets.

The device will have a 720p display with a quad-core 1.2GHz processor, 1.5 GB of RAM, an 8MP camera in the back, a 2MP camera in the front, 8GB of internal memory that’s expandable with a microSD slot, and Android 4.3 onboard. Given that it’s passed through the FCC halls, it’s only a matter of time before we see what exactly this device is. Whether it’s a phone, a tablet or a combination of both, has yet to be determined.

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